Clinical Fellow - Hepatobiliary
This post joins an experienced fellow to deliver day-to-day care for inpatients under consultant supervision, perform/assist in major resections appropriately for experience and complexity. The post will consolidate benign upper-GI operating and exposure to complex HPB resections. This post provides training and experience in liver resection including complex tertiary referrals.
What we look for:
- An enthusiastic and friendly clinician
- Experience in registrar level work in general surgery or completing or near completion of CCT
- Desire to consolidate benign upper GI operating and have some exposure to complex HPB resections
- Willingness to work in a multidisciplinary team
What we Offer:
- Consolidation of learning around benign upper-GI operating
- Experience and training in liver resections including exposure to complex HPB resections
- Performing and assisting in major resections as appropriate to experience and case complexity
- Experience offered in benign upper-GI surgery, gallstone disease, laparoscopic surgery for giant hiatus hernia & splenectomy and the minimal access treatment of severe complicated pancreatitis.
Who we are: There are 4 Hepatobiliary Consultants within the unit and between 5-10 operating lists per week depending on schedules. In addition to the cancer workload (circa 160 major resections per annum), experience is also offered in benign upper-GI surgery with a mix of gallstone disease, laparoscopic surgery for giant hiatus hernia & splenectomy and the minimal access treatment of severe complicated pancreatitis. 3 of the 4 consultants perform Upper-GI endoscopy. There is a close collaboration between the HPB and Peritoneal Malignancy services and there will be an opportunity to be involved in complex multi-visceral resections and resection of extra-hepatic colorectal metastases.
About the trust:
The vision at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to provide outstanding care for every patient. We serve a population of nearly 600,000 people across Hampshire and West Berkshire as well as some people who access our specialist services from across the country.
Created in January 2012 the Foundation Trust prioritises the provision of exceptional, compassionate, care delivered by the valued staff working in a culture of collaboration and mutual respect. HHFT employs circa 6,000 people and had a turnover of £382m in 17/18
Four core values (CARE) Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Encourage. These are in place to support of four clear objectives, provide outstanding care of patients, empowering all members of staff, sustainable growth and innovating for the future.